Due to our traffic increasing, I'd like to split our corporate e-mail
traffic from our transactional traffic (mostly account creations
confimation and order confirmation e-mails) to different outbound smtp
The way we can identify corporate users is either by distinct IP address
or SASL authenticated users (and by sender e-mail).
Considering I'm running postfix 2.7 what would be the best way to
I'm using postfix for a really long time now, but quite dropped
following the development and new features, so I might have missed a lot
of new stuff.
I've looked to the sender_dependent_default_transport_maps configuration
directive, but it requires to list all the senders (which is doable
automatically from our ldap system, but requires an external cron). This
would be combined with a different smtp transport bound to a different
So, the only way apparently to do exactly what I want is to have second
postfix instance, to which authenticated users e-mail would be relayed
(could be done with an amavis policy banks). This second instance would
bind to a different IP address.
Is there any other options, I might have not find by myself?
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